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When the World Health Organization recently issued a report saying processed meat is a carcinogen and red meat is a probable carcinogen, the world took notice. Diets rich in processed meat (such as hot dogs, ham,
I began experimenting with this recipe while making dinner for a new friend who doesn't like cheese (I know, I know!). I figured upon serving it I'd just sneak a little grated Pecorino onto my own plate. What I
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This non-dairy chocolate cheesecake has a thick, creamy, pudding-like texture and isn't cloyingly sweet. Though unlike a traditional cheesecake in many ways, it's baked similarly: at medium-low heat for an hour, then left in the
BPA, or bisphenol A, is a chemical used in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins that has come under scrutiny for potential harmful health effects. Developed as a synthetic estrogen in the 1890s and granted GRAS